This article synthesizes the important lessons learned from polio eradication in the Region of the Americas, including initial and more recent challenges and best practices, as well as particular factors surrounding attainment of this ambitious...
Background Identification of mechanisms that limit poliovirus replication is crucial for informing decisions aimed at global polio eradication. Studies of mucosal immunity induced by oral poliovirus (OPV) or inactivated poliovirus (IPV) vaccines...
Background Replacement of the trivalent oral poliovirus vaccine (tOPV) with bivalent types 1 and 3 oral poliovirus vaccine (bOPV) and global introduction of inactivated poliovirus vaccine (IPV) are major steps in the polio endgame strategy. In this...
Birth registration is not only a fundamental human right- but also a requirement for obtaining additional documents- proving legal identity- and accessing a number of government benefits. Yet- little is known about the effects of birth...
The new People that Deliver Newsflash is now available!In this issue:- Gavi People and Practices Working Group with PtD introduces: HR Country Support Package- Supp
POST 01023E : POLIOMYELITIS ERADICATION : MATERIAL OF INTEREST 9 December 2006 ____________________________________ We are sending you six documents of great interest on the polio situation
POST 00874E : WHAT IS A POLIO CASE? 5 January 2006 _____________________________________ From a recently published article, Anthony Battersby (mailto:[email protected]) from the UK, asks som
POST 00541E : FIRST EVER DEBATE BETWEEN WHO DIRECTOR GENERAL CANDIDATES 19 January 2003 _______________________________________________________________________________ Allan Bass (mailto:[log in t